LinkedIn announced Thursday that it is rolling out its recently revamped brand pages to all the companies on the social network. In early September, LinkedIn redesigned its company pages in an effort to ramp up engagement between job hunters and businesses on the social network. The new pages feature a large cover photo at the top — similar to Facebook — and more prominently display updates from the company. At the time, the pages were only available to a select few companies, including Philips, CitiGroup and American Express. Read the full story at Mashable.
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